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· November, 2007

Stories about Libya from November, 2007

Russia: Siemens Bribery Scandal

Robert Amsterdam writes about “only 2 million euros” in bribes paid by Siemens to 38 Russian officials.

Libya: No Sick Days for Mothers

Mothers are not allowed to be sick, writes Khadeja Teri from Libya. Find out why in this post.

Libya: New Boyfriend

From Libya, Khadija Teri humours us with a story about her new boyfriend Mark Read. Read all about it here.

Libya:Poor immigrants

Mr.Behi, an Iranian blogger, writes about difficult conditions of illegal immigrants in Libya.He says that there is a man from Burkina Faso and speaks three languages (French, English and Arabic)...

Africa: Managing the Brain Drain

Brain drain in Africa is not a problem but a symptom, writes Omodudu: “I now know that African think tanks are gathered in Libya trying to tackle the ‘The Brain...

Touring Libyan Blogs: Hospital raises an orphan and the ostrich factor

The touching story of how a hospital is raising an orphan restores Fozia Mohamed's faith in doctors. Also from Libya this week is a raging debate about prostitutes and packs...

Libya: Funny Pictures

Libyan blogger AngloLibyan brings us funny pictures (Ar) from Egypt.

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